2017 Maryland Condo and HOA Legislation–The Final Score

Employee sick leave, natural gas fracking, and opioid abuse were the headline issues of the 2017 Maryland legislative session. Beyond these hot button topics, the General Assembly also considered many bills regarding condo and homeowner association governance, foreclosure procedures, state registration of community associations; and regulation of community association managers.  Legislation passed includes bills to make it easier to amend a communities declaration and bylaws; provide notice of foreclosure sale postponement and cancellation; and require community associations to provide notice of common property sales, including government tax sales.    Read the article………….


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